Consultancy for Outcome Survey

NGO Jobs / UN Jobs Vacancy

Country: Kenya
Organization: International Institute of Rural Reconstruction
Closing date: 11 Dec 2020

International Institute of Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) is a United States-based 501(c)(3) private voluntary organization headquartered in Silang in the Philippines since 1967. Our mission is to enable communities and those who work with them to develop innovative yet practical solutions to poverty through community-led development approaches and widely share lessons to encourage replication. Our areas of impact are: food security and resilient livelihoods, education for nomadic pastoralist communities; community driven and managed disaster risk reduction; and building collaborative leadership through global exchange, learning, and sharing. We have strong anti-poverty programs in eight (8) countries in Southeast Asia (Philippines, Cambodia and Myanmar) and Eastern and Southern Africa (Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, South Sudan and Zimbabwe).

IIRR-Kenya is seeking the services of a Consultant to lead in conducting quarterly surveys for its Food Security and Resilient Livelihoods projects’ in Kenya.

Scope of the assignment

The work is estimated to take approximately ten (10) working days that will include preparation, development of the survey tools, reviewing of the tools, actual field work, data analysis, report writing

The consultant will provide the following deliverables to the project management in a timely manner:

· Inception report –with expanded qualitative questions, work plan

· Survey report

Qualification, skills and experiences

  • A minimum of a master's degree in Agricultural Economics, Agribusiness Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Statistics, Research, Modeling or any other related field;

  • A minimum of 10 years' experience conducting baseline studies of projects in Agribusiness value chain development and experience in conducting surveys, analyzing, synthesizing and presenting information.

  • 3. A solid and diverse experience in research, monitoring and evaluation of food security and livelihoods improvement projects.**

  • 4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and demonstrable analytical and statistical skills.**

  • Ability to deliver on the tasks within tight deadlines and against set targets.

How to apply:

Qualified and interested consultants are invited to submit

(i) a capacity statement (Max3 pages) outlining the qualification, experience and ability to undertake project surveys

(ii) A copy of similar and recent work done elsewhere and

(iii) Detailed CV(s) of the consultant and proposed team members; not later than 11th December 2020 to

NB: Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and provided with detailed terms of reference to develop full technical and financial proposals.

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